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Hatch

A gateway or cover for a divide between decks of a ship. See also: International trade.
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The Hatch Center will be an incubator for policy scholarship, a forum for political discourse, a springboard for civic engagement, as well as a world-class repository of modern American legislative history," according to the foundation's website.
Hatch, who first took the seat in 1977, is worth an estimated $4.
Youre one heck of a leader," Hatch gushed to Trump on the White House lawn this month, hailing "all the things that hes been able to get done by sheer will, in many ways.
Since safety is the company's top priority, LafargeHolcim requires fall protection for hatch installation due to working on top of a pneumatic trailer.
The new Hatch Chile quesadilla and taco are made with all white meat chicken grilled fresh in our kitchens, a blend of cheddar and pepper jack cheeses, topped with Hatch Chiles and then grilled to melted perfection inside a warm soft flour tortilla.
Seniors really don't know the difference between Medicare supplement and Medicare Advantage plans," Hatch said.
Mini spokesman Chris Brownridge added: "The new Mini Hatch has received universal acclaim since we launched it earlier this year.
Most of the few and often anecdotal reports about hatching patterns suggest that grasshoppers hatch in mid- to late morning (Kelly & Middlekauff 1961; Uvarov 1966, 1977; Farrow 1975).
The hinges and hatch release pin also get exposed to the elements.
Before hatch, 50 eggs were preserved in a 5% buffered formalin solution, and measured to the nearest 0.
These hatch covers should be installed every time the ship is in-port and the hatch is opened for personnel or equipment access.